This was totally an experiment that I didn't have much hope for. I went to bed Saturday night dreaming of biscuits and gravy, so I decided that's what I would have for breakfast yesterday morning. Nothing fancy...just some canned biscuits with a package of sausage gravy poured over top...good stuff!
Only one problem...I had no biscuits. What I did have though was two small cans of crescent rolls, eggs, and half a bag of Jimmy Dean sausage crumbles that needed to be used up or thrown out. I immediately thought of THIS recipe. I really wanted that sausage gravy though, so I figured I'd try a 'biscuits-n-gravy' crescent ring, and see what happened.
Holy Mary Mother of God....orgasmic.
I wasn't sure how the gravy would be with the eggs, but it was awesome (I will never again question gravy. I've come to the conclusion it's good on everything).
If you liked the original Bacon Egg and Cheese Ring (which many of you did since it's my most popular post...thank you Bacon Time!), then try this version.
Seriously. Try it. Tomorrow. Better yet, just make it for dinner tonight. You won't regret it.
'Sausage and Egg Crescent Ring with Gravy'
Source: Adapted from Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo
1 can of crescent rolls
4 large eggs; scrambled
1/2 cup Jimmy Dean sausage crumbles
salt and pepper to taste
1 package of sausage gravy
1. Heat oven to 375 degrees. Scramble eggs and sausage crumbles together on stove top. Lay out crescents
on a parchment lined pizza pan in a star formation (the longer sides of each crescent on the inside with the pointed ends pointing out.)
2. Place sausage scrambled eggs around the inside center of the ring. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
3. Fold pointed tips of each crescent up and over the filling and join in the center of the ring. Press all the points in the center down to seal them together.
4. Place in oven and bake for 10-12 minutes, or until golden brown.
5. Meanwhile, prepare sausage gravy on stove-top according to package.
6. Remove crescent ring from oven and top with gravy. Serve.